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Ursinus campus is sorrowed by death of president emeritus George Leslie Omwake • Poley wins May pageant choice • Many favored men to dance to George Craig's strains • Fraternity bids to be extended tomorrow; today marks beginning of sorority rushing • Forum hears German woman on youth, feminist movements • Bear wrestlers lose close tourney with Temple, 20-18 • Hedgerow to present three productions in two nights • Second volume of Shakespeare edited by McClure, Holzknecht • Curtain Club to present "Ghost train" on road trip • Co-ed sextet swamps Bryn Mawr in first court meet • Editorial: Should fraternities be abolished? • Joint Y's to hold discussion on race prejudice in panel • Roberta Byron to conjure for Women's Club benefit • Co-eds to settle labor strike in Debating Club mock parley • I.R.C. to discuss Germany • F. & M. hands bears seventh defeat, 37-26 • Snyder leads in scoring as Brodbeck captures first half • Villanova, Swarthmore defeat bear courtmen • Kellett's courtmen lose to Villanova in overtime
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, George Leslie Omwake, Audrey Poling, wrestling, Margarete Kaiser, Norman E. McClure, Freeland Hall, YMCA, YWCA, fraternities, sororities, basketball, International Relations Club
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Lipkin, Abe E.; McClure, Norman E.; and Yost, Calvin D., "The Ursinus Weekly, February 8, 1937" (1937). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 920.
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